Opener

  • This is a developer library for overriding link destinations — for example, to redirect opening a YouTube link in Safari to a 3rd-party YouTube app.

    Documentation can be found at hbang.github.io/libopener.

Read more »

TypeStatus Plus

  • TypeStatus Plus. The extension to the legendary tweak TypeStatus.

    TypeStatus Plus can help you see who is currently typing a message to you, no matter what app you use. Whether this is WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, or even the default iOS Messages app, TypeStatus Plus supports all of these and more.

    But, it does not end there. TypeStatus Plus has an API allowing developers to make "providers" to support any given app. With this addition, it is unlikely there will be an app TypeStatus Plus doesn't support.

    With TypeStatus Plus, you will never be left without typing notifications. TypeStatus Plus supports the Apple Watch and Bluetooth Low Energy devices, such as the Pebble smartwatch. TypeStatus Plus deeply integrates with the Apple Watch, leaving you with a sleek interface to enjoy.

    In your Messages app, you can always see who is typing. When you're in the conversation list, a typing indicator will conveniently be added to the given conversation. When you're talking to multiple people at once, this will really come in handy.

    If someone is typing for a while, and you don't really know what's going on, you can always click the typing indicator in your status bar to open up the messages app to your conversation. There has never been a way to access the messaging from the typing indicator with such ease.

    In addition, you can keep track of your unread messages. From the TypeStatus Plus settings, you can configure any app and the badge count for said app will be in your status bar at all times. If you don't have any unread messages, TypeStatus Plus will remove it from your status bar, leaving it clutter free.

    You also will get notifications for when someone starts typing, so that when you're away from your phone, all of your TypeStatus Plus notifications will still be there. Now, you can always see when someone is composing a message to you.

    We've put in a ton of work in to TypeStatus Plus. We hope you enjoy it.

    —Ben Rosen, Adam Demasi, Anh Nguyen, Timon Olsthoorn, and Adam I

    Thanks to the rest of the HASHBANG crew for all of your help and support!

  • Screenshots

Read more »

TypeStatus Plus Providers

Read more »

Canzone

  • Make your on-the-go listening work better for you with Canzone. Canzone displays a banner notification when the currently playing song changes. If you like knowing exactly what you’re listening to without having to constantly check Control Center, this tweak is for you!

    Notification

    Swipe down or 3D Touch on the notification to reveal more details and playback controls. Don’t like the current song? Just 3D Touch and tap the skip button.

    Expanded notification

    Notifications also appear on Apple Watch and other smartwatches. If you like a minimalist lock screen, or want a more subtle way to show now playing details alongside your LockHTML or Cydget lock screen layout, you can replace the lock screen’s now playing interface with Canzone notifications.

    Lock screen controls

    Canzone also provides a Notification Center Today widget containing the now playing song details and playback controls.

    Today widget

  • Reminder: This is a beta release! If you’re not willing to put up with bugs and possibly crashes, wait for the final release of this tweak.

Read more »

Bugger

  • A developer tool to enable access to iOS’s built in UI debugger tool. Refer to this blog post for details on the features.

    The default Activator gesture is a double-tap on the left side of the status bar. When an app is active, it will launch within the app. Otherwise, it will activate within SpringBoard. Note that this is accessible from the lock screen by default. If this is undesirable, configure Activator to not activate from the lock screen.

Read more »

Codling

  • Blurred loading heads-up display for Cydia. Includes a light style.
  • For themers: The black activity indicator on the light style uses UIKit assets of the format UIActivityIndicatorViewStyleMapsBig.[1-11].png.
  • Codling

Read more »

LinkOpener

  • For many websites, there is an accompanying app available from the App Store, which provides a better experience than their mobile website. Some have a button that lets you jump to the same place in their app, however there are others that don’t have this feature.
    With LinkOpener, you can now tap a link for a variety of websites, and be taken to the app immediately.
  • Supported services are:
    Cydia package details
    Dict.cc translations
    eBay listings and searches
    Facebook profiles
    file:// URLs (supports iFile and Filza) GitHub (supports iOctocat)
    IMDb details pages
    Instagram images/videos, profiles, hashtags, and locations
    Overcast podcasts and episodes
    Reddit subreddits and threads (supports Submarine and Alien Blue, in that order)
    Tumblr blogs and posts
    Twitter profiles and Tweets (supports Tweetbot, Twitterrific, and Twitter, in that order)
    Vine profiles and videos
    Yelp listings, check-ins, and searches

    If you have a suggestion, you can email us by tapping the "Author" button above.

Read more »

MapsOpener

  • Almost all address and map links you come across will open the iOS Maps app when tapped. Unfortunately, Apple Maps had proven to be unreliable in its first months, and even today there are areas of the world that aren’t as accurate as in Google Maps. MapsOpener exists to allow you to override this behavior and use Google Maps for all map links. This includes links to the Google Maps website, which usually open in Safari and require an extra tap to open the native app.

    The latest version of the Google Maps app from the App Store is required.

Read more »

hbhackertools

  • hbhackertools is a package that users of the command line on jailbroken iOS may find useful to install. It automatically installs a slew of extremely useful command line tools, common libraries, and Crash Reporter. It also includes two tools of its own: msd (Substrate tweak disabler/enabler) and spring (convenient shortcut for respring/safe mode).
    If you’re unsure whether you need this package, you most likely don’t and can just install NewTerm (or a similar terminal app) or OpenSSH.
  • Full list: 7-zip, adv-cmds, APT, basic-cmds, bootstrap-cmds, bzip2, class-dump, coreutils, Crash Reporter, cURL, Cycript, Cydia Substrate, developer-cmds, diffutils, diskdev-cmds, Erica Utilities, file, file-cmds, findutils, Flipswitch, gawk, gdb, git, gzip, inetutils, iokittools, ldid, less, lsof, make, nano, network-cmds, OpenSSH, patch, pincrush, pngcrush, PreferenceLoader, RocketBootstrap, rsync, sbutils, shell-cmds, subversion, sudo, symbolicate, system-cmds, tar, top, UIKit Tools, unrar, unzip, wget, whois, xar, xml2, zip
  • It's recommended that you add the following repos: https://cydia.angelxwind.net/, https://cydia.angelxwind.net/webstack, http://cydia.radare.org, https://coolstar.org/publicrepo. Not required, but packages from these repos are slightly newer.

Read more »

Chrysalis

  • Chrysalis was designed from a vision of a better 3D Touch app switcher, and to bring a convenient app switching gesture to older devices. There has never been an easier way to switch your apps efficiently before Chrysalis. Simply force press on the left edge of the screen, or swipe from the left edge of the screen on older devices, and Chrysalis will create an elegant new experience for you. Drag your finger to the app you would like to switch to and let go. That’s it!

    Built from the ground up with lots of love, to not just be an immersive experience, but it was also built for a good cause. We made this tweak as part of the Tweak Battles competition, where almost $1,000 was raised for charity.

    Thank you so much to @twodayslate for putting together and coordinating the Tweak Battles competition. Also, a big thanks to our wonderful designer Veerklempt for being creative and supporting us along the way. Most of all, a huge thanks to the supporters of Tweak Battles. You are all mentioned in our settings.

    We hope you enjoy the convenience of Chrysalis, as much as we did making it.

    Ben Rosen, Carlos Perez (CPDigitalDarkroom), Adam Demasi (kirb), Anh Nguyen (veerklempt)

Read more »